Movie Screening: Broken & Beautiful

Thursday, Mar. 1 at 7 p.m.
Franklin Theatre, 419 Main St., Franklin, TN

Join your fellow Nashville Flyers as we celebrate the talents of one of our alums, Erin Dooley '00! Erin is the director, writer and producer of the film Broken & Beautiful. Nashville alums will get together on Thursday, March 1 at 7 p.m. at Franklin Theatre for a screening of this film. Tickets cost $15 and can be purchased at this link. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the film will start promptly at 7 p.m.

Any alum attending the event is invited to meet at Mafioza's (230 Franklin Rd. in Franklin) starting at 5 p.m. for a pre-screening social. Afterward, we will head at the theatre together and meet at 6:30 p.m. to take a picture on the Red Carpet with Erin. If you have any questions, please contact Jennifer Pollard '85 at

About Broken & Beautiful:
Broken & Beautiful weaves together stories of the lives of members of All Saints Church. Through the music of contemporary Christian artists, the characters' dark secrets are exposed, despite their best efforts to cover their imperfections. It is only when the characters are brought down to their knees that they find healing; that they realize that though we are all sinners, we are all called to be saints. With themes of judgement and hypocrisy, forgiveness and unconditional love, Broken & Beautiful deals head-on with struggles in today's world.

About Erin Dooley '00 (Writer, Producer, Speaker):
Erin R. Dooley is an award-winning screenwriter and filmmaker. Erin has produced two feature films, numerous short films, two comedy web series, a docu-series and one feature documentary. Erin and her projects have been featured in 20 different media outlets. Newsweek featured Baked Goodes in "A Guide Of What To Watch" and Decider reviewed it as "some of the internet's most well-done web content." Erin is also a sought-after speaker, traveling with her documentary A Way to Forgiveness giving talks about how to forgive. Erin seets her career in entertainment as a calling and works to make positive films.